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jordan chris

Posted on 28th January 2023|60 views

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Bad File Descriptor

What is bad file descriptor in Linux?

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divija reddy

Posted on 28th January 2023

Bad file descriptor indicates that we attempted to make an operation upon a file descriptor which is not working, apparently closed under someone's toes. There is no file path connected with that anymore.

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